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Rosanna Ferro, vice president of the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life, speaks as VP of Communications Meredith Husar and VP of Academic Affairs Alyse Harris listen.

SGC reviews proposal of free speech regulations at IC

By Laura O'Brien, Staff Writer February 28, 2018
The college created a working group to examine freedom of speech regulations on campus during the Fall 2017 semester.
Author Mark Bray spoke about anti-fascist movements Oct. 5 in the Klingenstein Lounge.

Author speaks about history of anti-fascist movements

By Sam Haut, Staff Writer October 8, 2017
Bray discussed topics from his new book,“Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook,” written months before the events in Charlottesville.
From left, junior Alyse Harris is pictured at an SGC meeting with President Shirley M.  Collado Sept. 25. Collado talked about the recently reinstated Division of Student Affairs.

Collado attends SGC meeting to discuss student affairs

By Ryan King, Staff Writer September 27, 2017
President Shirley M. Collado addressed the Student Governance Council Sept. 25.
Bronte Cook, a freshman journalism major, writes that white allies at Ithaca College must educate themselves on issues of race.

Commentary: White allies must educate themselves

By Brontë Cook September 18, 2017
We must also become active members in community efforts working against racism.
Michael Trotti, professor in the Department of History, says that statues should reflect shared public values, not values that divide the public.

Commentary: Confederate statues aren’t just about the Civil War

By Michael Trotti September 5, 2017
Change in public spaces is not an insult to history, but rather an expression of how history has changed us.
White identity politics

White identity politics

By Mahad Olad August 30, 2017
White supremacist claims of “subjugation” and “victimhood” are specious, silly and narcissistic.
Ithaca College president Shirley Collado condemned white supremacy following the weekend events in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Collado condemns white supremacy after Charlottesville violence

By Grace Elletson, News Editor August 15, 2017
Ithaca College president Shirley Collado condemned the white supremacist violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Freshman Pearl Outlaw, a member of the Ithaca College womens rowing team, was born with a genetic condition called retinitis pigmentosa. She was born with some light receptors and color receptors in her eyes not functioning properly, and retinitis pigmentosa causes the ones that are working to slowly deteriorate over time.

Ithaca College freshman rower has a vision of success

By Danielle Allentuck, Sports Editor September 28, 2016
Freshman Pearl Outlaw, who was born with retinitis pigmentosa, began rowing in the summer going into her junior year of high school.
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